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Bookish Fun From Around the Web | May 29
29 May 2015

Bookish Fun From Around the Web | May 29

Check out neat things that came up on the Internet this week for book lovers! The Kindle Gets New Typography Amazon has officially unveiled Bookerly, the first typeface designed from scratch for the Kindle, as well as rolling out a new layout engine that brings us better text justification, kerning, drop...

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#FridayFiveChallenge: May 29
29 May 2015

#FridayFiveChallenge: May 29

This week, we decided to try the #FridayFiveChallenge! Here’s how it works: Go to your favorite book blog (like NewInBooks.com!) or online bookstore Pick a genre Pick a book solely based on its cover Read the description and a review or two Decide whether you’ll BUY or PASS Tell the...

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Get to Know Taylor Antrim, Author of Immunity
28 May 2015

Get to Know Taylor Antrim, Author of Immunity

Taylor Antrim has written two novels, The Headmaster Ritual (Houghton Mifflin, 2007) and Immunity (Regan Arts, May 2015). When not penning his own books, Antrim is a senior editor at Vogue. A fresh twist on the dystopian genre, Immunity is set in the New York City of an America ravaged by an Ebola-...

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What’s Buzzing at BEA
27 May 2015

What’s Buzzing at BEA

Book Expo America is ON. Hundreds of authors and thousands of readers and bloggers (including some of our team members!) are currently swarming around Javits Center in New York City, taking in the literary awesomeness surrounding them. If you have the chance to go to BEA one year, we highly...

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The Best Jonathan Franzen Quotes from BEA
27 May 2015

The Best Jonathan Franzen Quotes from BEA

Book Expo America opened today with a conversation between Jonathan Franzen and Laura Miller of Salon.com. Franzen’s new book, Purity, will be released on September 1, 2015. Here are our favorite quotes from the interview: For laughs: “I’m searching your words for implicit criticism” (the opening remark from Franzen) “I...

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Bookish Fun From Around the Web
22 May 2015

Bookish Fun From Around the Web

Check out neat things that came up on the Internet this week for book lovers! Bill Gates’ Recommended Summer Reads If you’re a nerd looking for some lighter summer reading, check out Bill Gates’ recommended summer reading list. “Each of these books made me think or laugh or, in some...

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Bill Gate’s Summer Reading List that You Will Want to Read
21 May 2015

Bill Gate’s Summer Reading List that You Will Want to Read

Book clubs have re-entered the public eye: from Mark Zuckerburg’s “A Year of Books” to fashion princess Lauren Conrad’s book club. This summer, add another celebrity “To Read” list to your queue. Bill Gates has been blogging a summer reading list for 4 summers and this year his picks are intriguing to...

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James Patterson New Book List for 2015
20 May 2015

James Patterson New Book List for 2015

Fans of books by James Patterson – rejoice! There are new books coming out in all of his series this year! Check out the eight new books coming out by James Patterson in our James Patterson Book List for 2015. Still loving James Patterson? Check out our James Patterson New Book List for 2016!...

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3 Reasons to Love Mindy Kaling
16 May 2015

3 Reasons to Love Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling brings me joy. The new Mindy Kaling book is out now – we live blogged it here. Whenever I read something about Mindy Kaling, it makes me happy. Not just her show (which just got picked up by Hulu — YESSS). Not just her hilarious book, Is Everyone...

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Bookish Web Content Week of May 11
15 May 2015

Bookish Web Content Week of May 11

Check out neat things that came up on the Internet this week for book lovers! A History of Pen Names Did you know that Dr. Seuss has published the most books under a pseudonym? Ever wondered why authors tend to go by pseudonyms? Check out this infographic by printerinks which...

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